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  1. dark 'n stormy

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    I don’t why some studio doesn’t collaborate with Jeff Wayne to make an authentic portrayal of the story Interspersed with the music from the first album and Richard Burton’s voice as the narrator.
     
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  2. Bigga

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    Not a huge fan of the adaptation to screen of those films either.

    Not a programme for 12 year old.

    There's actually deeper meaning in those stories intertwined often throughout the whole season.

    Very clever stuff, actually.
     
  3. Banned Tosspot

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    I'm re-watching My Name is Earl.

    Starts well but goes downhill after two seasons.
     

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  4. BimboBob

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    Yup. First series was great.
     
  5. Bellamy's Caddy

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    I think its better than Breaking Bad... Great cast and really strong characters. The dynamic between Jimmy and Chuck is fantastic. It deserves all the plaudits it gets.
     
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  6. BimboBob

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    Ha! You like fat arses though...


    Have you met BT?
     
  7. Elbow beards

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    I was really looking forward to this, but felt really let down. Some of it was just laughable.
    rafe appears from a load of polystyrene bricks and masonry, that the props dept just dropped in the middle of a road, but all the houses around are untouched and pristine, not a broken window or collapsed wall in sight.
     
  8. TheRemainsOfTheDave

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    I was looking forward to this show until I saw that they'd changed the story so it has a female lead (not originally in the book). The BBC keep doing this and there's no need. What next, James Eyre?
     
  9. Bigga

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    Nowt wrong with phat arses(I would like to use a disclaimer about BT on this subject!)!!

    There's a dolly bird at my works with a lovely fat arse, older than me, who likes to potter around me and bend over to get things(true story!).

    She wears minis or pencil skirts with thin stilettos or thigh boots.

    She likes to look at me and smile when she's done her jobs.

    Quite awkward, actually, but she does have an attractive arse!

    I do need my napper sorting!! :(
     
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  10. Uncle Wally One Ball

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    Agreed. I use it as a kind personality test. If soneone tells me they dont BCS and its 'too slow' or similar, I instantly chalk them up as likely to be a stupid person
     

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